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WINTER STORM WATCH



WESTERN Ky. (02/14/15) – THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS ISSUED A WINTER STORM WATCH FOR ALL OF WESTERN KENTUCKY, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF HENDERSON, DAVIESS, AND OHIO COUNTIES UNTIL 10:00 AM MONDAY MORNING.

Tonight - Partly Cloudy with Gusty Winds as high as 25 MPH. Low 7 Windchill -5

Sunday - Increasing Cloudiness. Windy. High 24

Sunday Night - Snow developing around 6:00 pm. Moderate to Heavy Snowfall at times in areas Mainly West of the Pennyrile Parkway. Approximately 2 to 4 inches expected.

There will be areas with locally higher amounts. Areas from Hopkinsville to Paducah could see 4 to 8 inches possible. Forecasts can, and will change at any given time.

These Snowfall Totals are including Monday as well. This will be a dry, fluffy Snow that can, and will blow around. Expect Drifting on area Roadways. If you have to be out, do it safely, and allow yourself a lot of extra time.

Snow should pull out of the area around the noon hour, or shortly after. This snow will stick around for awhile. Temps behind this system will stay below or at the freezing mark. Don't really see it getting above freezing until next Saturday, and that is a Week away. There are slight chances of snow for Tuesday and Tuesday night. No additional Accumulation is expected.

I'm also looking at another system for next weekend. I will have a full Forecast in the morning. I will also update as new information comes available.

David Wayne Smith
KenCo News Weather